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Medical experts are increasingly aware of the impact of diesel air pollution fumes on human health, including the risk of asthma, dementia and some forms of cancer.

A recent review article published in explores the possibility of accelerating weathering processes to increase bicarbonate ions in the ocean, and thus prevent climate change and potentially ameliorate ocean acidification.

That also means that it may be possible for us now to artificially alter ocean chemistry to reduce the impacts of climate change.

An increase in ocean alkalinity could be achieved by dissolving rocks and minerals either directly in the open ocean or through engineered systems.

Diesel cars have been promoted since the 1970s as an environmentally-friendly choice because they emits less carbon dioxide, the greenhouse gas which causes global warming.